PFAS Contamination - Community Walk-In Sessions

This page contains information regarding Community Walk-in Sessions led by or participated in by the Department of Health with regard to PFAS contamination.

Page last updated: 31 August 2017

The Department of Health has held and participated in a number of Community Walk-In Sessions to provide local residents and business owners in affected communities with health related information on PFAS. These sessions also provide an opportunity to ask questions one-on-one with the project team and find out more about the activities being undertaken by the Department of Health.

Resources from Previous Community Walk-In Sessions:

Copies of presentations delivered by the Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Dr Tony Hobbs, at previous Community Walk-In Sessions are available below.

Oakey, Qld

Williamtown, NSW

Katherine, NT

Edinburgh, SA

Jervis Bay Territory